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Your Experian Credit Score is a straight forward way of showing how lenders may view you, based on information in your Experian Credit Report. The better your credit score the better your chances are of getting a credit card, a loan or even a mortgage, along with great rates for each. Your Experian Credit Report allows you to see the information lenders use when carrying out a credit check. If you have a low score or there is room to improve, checking your credit report can help you see whether the information on it is correct and understand what could be affecting your score.

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Why Experian?

  • Comprehensive consumer credit information

    Comprehensive consumer credit information
  • Operates 17 consumer credit bureaus locally

    Operates 17 consumer credit bureaus locally
  • Gain greater clarity on credit history

    Gain greater clarity on credit history

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In case of any discrepancy in your Experian credit report, you can raise a dispute post logging in to your credit report account. For all other queries you can reach out to us on Consumer.Support @in.experian.com.

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All existing members can visit the Experian bureau membership page to login to their account and avail member services. Members can also access other related information to their account.

Organizations that want to take up Experian Bureau membership can visit this page to process their application.

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Experian's Credit Report is completely free of cost and there are no restrictions on the number of times you access your report throughout the year. If you are interested in downloading your report, you can visit this page and log in to your Experian Credit Report account.

In case you already have a copy of your Experian Credit Report and would like to raise a dispute regarding correction in information, please click on the link below to download our step-by-step guide on how to raise a dispute.